ITS employs students to assist us in our mission of providing the best technological support and infrastructure possible to the Wesleyan community. ITS offers invaluable training and job experience in a variety of technical areas which include working with New Media Lab, Help Desk, Instructional Media Support, Desktop Support Services, Technical Sales Support and Wesleyan Station. ITS staff enjoy working with so many bright and talented students.
- Job Openings
ITS Instructional Media Services is looking for talented and passionate students to provide both classroom and special events support. In the classroom support sector, students will help staff M-F 9am-5pm through a classroom support hotline. Learn how to install, troubleshoot and maintain classroom equipment and apply those skills to keep campus technology up and running. Learn how to program advanced control devices and related software, participate in other programming projects as well as research & development to incorporate new multimedia technology into the classrooms. In the special events sector, students will assist in the set-up and support of various types of audio visual and computer equipment for recordings, class presentations, lectures, concerts and other campus events. You will be working directly with clients in a fast-paced environment, learning problem-solving skills and a technical understanding of A/V equipment. Students will have the opportunity to undertake: Videography, Audio Reinforcement, Live Webcasting, Logistics and Project Planning. They will also learn to use Final Cut Pro Studio, will perform video production and design as well as carry out indoor and outdoor AV system implementations. IMS also now has a sports multi-media divisions that actively works with Wesleyan Athletics to promote and broadcast on campus sports and athletics across the Wesleyan community. No prior experience is necessary, comprehensive training will be provided for the job. Limited positions are available and are only opened to Frosh and Sophomores so apply soon! Direct your inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ITS Student Helpdesk is a student managed and staffed service that provides all technical support for students on campus. Support includes all software and hardware support, connecting to the wireless network, and mobile device support. Located on the first floor of Exley Science tower (ESC116), consultants support all student-owned hardware, software, wireless connectivity, and mobile devices. Student staff learn the basics of troubleshooting Mac and Windows PCs. Helpdesk staff provide classroom and on-the-job training. Students may also progress to managerial positions that provide valuable work skills in managing, scheduling, training, and meeting management. Helpdesk consultants also gain insight into the technology decisions that affect them through regular meetings that include ITS management staff. Helpdesk staff are often asked to test and troubleshoot new technologies as well as assist in documentation. ITS is seeking students with a strong customer-service orientation who are interested in developing their computer skills. For more information or to obtain an application, please contact email@example.com.
ITS New Media Lab is looking for talented and highly motivated student videographers/editors to join our video production team. In your role, you will assist the video staff in preparing, producing and distributing more than 70 programs each semester while gaining hands-on experience using the latest high-definition, broadcast-quality production gear and technologies. Duties include: Producing weekly video podcasts as part of a student production team; processing incoming service requests; videotaping interviews, lectures and campus activities; editing various video programs and working with faculty on logging clips for in-classroom video use; creating video tutorials with screen capture software; and distributing Wesleyan video content via the Wesleyan VideoCloud to our channels such as iTunes U, the Wesleyan Video Site and departmental websites and blogs. Basic knowledge of computer and video equipment is required. Familiarity with video production and editing software a plus. Dependable, creative, motivated students should apply. To submit an application visit: Student Employment or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ITS New Media Lab is looking for a creative and detail-oriented web technician to assist the web design and development staff with the creation and maintenance of university-sponsored web and mobile projects. Join the department that develops and maintains the university website, assists faculty on web-based interactive projects and looks for new and innovative ways to support key Wesleyan projects and initiatives. In your role as Web Technician, you will assist the web staff in preparing and building department websites and webpages in our content management system, Cascade. You will process and direct incoming web help requests through our customer service ticketing queue and assist with various projects throughout the semester. Basic computer experience is required with a willingness to learn new software programs and skills (such as Photoshop, Cascade, HTML, CSS and more). Strong organizational skills and attention to detail a must for this position. To submit an application visit: Student Employment or email email@example.com
- ITS Student Employment for Summer and Winter Breaks
Student Employee Hourly Wage Rates for Summer and Winter Breaks
Student I Student II Student III $9.75 per hour $10.75 per hour $11.75 per hour Moderate level Skills Experienced Level Skills Advanced Level Skills Requires Supervision Moderate Supervision Requires Little Supervision Support Position Many Responsibilities Supervisory Responsibilities
Student employees are responsible for securing their own housing. For detailed information about on-campus summer housing, students should visit the
Office of Residential Life.
Early Fall Return
If you require a student to return to campus early, you must make a request to Residential Life by June 23, 2014 so that we can confirm whether or not that student's fall assignment could be available early. Supervisors must contact Stacey Phelps at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I post an open position?
If you would like to post a new position, please visit the Financial Aid website.
What types of forms are required for employment?
All students who wish to work on campus must provide proof that they are eligible to work in the United States and must complete the Federal Employment Eligibility Form, also called an I-9. To view the list of accepted documents visit the Financial Aid website at:
How does Work-Study work?
Federal Work-Study is a campus-based employment program that is subsidized by federal funds. Students that are eligible are allocated a specific amount of work-study that they can earn and apply to the cost of their education. For eligible students, 50% of student's wages are paid by the Federal Work-Study program and 50% are paid by the university department until the student work-study allotment is exhausted.
How many hours a week can students work?
Fifteen hours a week is the maximum during the academic year, 37.5 hours during summer and winter break. A student should work approximately ten hours per week to fulfill their work study allotment. If students can’t get enough hours from one department, they may choose to take an additional job.
How is time reported?
Students utilize Timeclock, accessed via the student portfolio, for the reporting of hours worked. Supervisor training modules are located in ePortfolio/Tools&Links/Timeclock Management/Help.
Note: Hours submitted retroactively are not eligible for the Federal Work-Study match.
Do hours worked during school breaks count toward a student's work-study allotment?
Yes, all hours worked during the academic year will draw against a student's work-study allotment. This includes fall, Thanksgiving, winter and spring break. Hours earned during winter break draw from a student's spring allotment (i.e. the fall semester ends on the last day of exams during the fall semester). Earnings following the last day of exams in the spring semester would not draw from a student's spring allotment, since this date signifies the end of the academic year.